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One of two warning sirens back on line

June 13, 2013

PLYMOUTH - With severe weather on the horizon, local emergency personnel were working to make sure residents had adequate warning.

All warning sirens in the county are triggered by the central 9-1-1 dispatch at the Marshall County Jail. Each community also has the ability to trigger the sirens when they deem necessary without triggering the others.

On Monday Marshall County emergency personnel became aware that a warning siren at Centennial Park in Plymouth on the Plymouth-Goshen Trail was unresponsive to radio signals from 9-1-1 dispatch and technicians were alerted to the problem for the fix.

Speaking to the Pilot News on Wednesday morning Plymouth Fire Chief Rodney Miller said that problems were discovered with the siren at the Plymouth-Goshen Trail and repair crews alerted.

(The complete story is available in the print edition of The Pilot News.)

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